|Microstructure-Based Numerical Simulation of the Tensile Behavior of SiCp/Al Composites|
|Y. Kan; Z. G. Liu; S. H. Zhang; L. W. Zhang; M. Cheng; H. W. Song
|Source Publication||Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance
|Abstract||Modeling and prediction of the damage evolution in particle reinforced composites is a complex problem. Microstructure characters such as the particle morphologies, sizes, and distribution significantly affect the damage evolution in composites. A numerical simulation has been performed to investigate the damage evolution of SiCp/AA2009 composites. Tensile deformation in SiCp/AA2009 composites was simulated using the microstructure-based model constructed from the metallograph. Matrix damage, particle cracking, and interface debonding were simulated combining the ductile damage model, the normal stress criterion, and the maximum stress ratio criterion. The simulation results show that under tensile loading, damage initiates at the interface, and then propagates along the weakest direction. The simulation microstructures agree well with experimental results in which interface debonding, particle cracking, and matrix damage co-exist. In addition, the effects of component properties on the damage evolution are examined for various situations.|
; liu, z. g.
; zhang, s. h.
; cheng, m.
; song, h. w.] chinese acad sci, inst met res, shenyang 110016, peoples r china. [kan, y.
; zhang, l. w.] dalian univ technol, sch mat sci & engn, dalian 116024, peoples r china.
; kan, y (reprint author), chinese acad sci, inst met res, shenyang 110016, peoples r china.
Y. Kan,Z. G. Liu,S. H. Zhang,et al. Microstructure-Based Numerical Simulation of the Tensile Behavior of SiCp/Al Composites[J]. Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance,2014,23(3):1069-1076.
Y. Kan,Z. G. Liu,S. H. Zhang,L. W. Zhang,M. Cheng,&H. W. Song.(2014).Microstructure-Based Numerical Simulation of the Tensile Behavior of SiCp/Al Composites.Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance,23(3),1069-1076.
Y. Kan,et al."Microstructure-Based Numerical Simulation of the Tensile Behavior of SiCp/Al Composites".Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance 23.3(2014):1069-1076.
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